Tag Archives: Energy Department

DOE Funds Biomanufacturing Projects

Dept. of Energy

The Department of Energy is investing $5M in eight cost-shared projects that tackle challenges in the country's biomanufacturing industry. DOE said Friday it will use its national laboratories to support these projects in alignment with the  Agile BioFoundry consortium.

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DOE to Fund 64 New Physics Projects With $132M; Paul Dabbar Quoted

Dept. of Energy

The Department of Energy (DoE) will use $132 million to finance 64 university-led projects that tackle the area of high energy physics. DOE will support research on dark matter and energy, neutrinos and other physics topics pursued by 53 educational institutions. 

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DOE Announces New $100M in Energy Research Funds

Dept. of Energy

The Department of Energy has allotted funds worth $100M for energy science projects that will leverage multiple disciplines. DOE said Wednesday 10 Energy Frontier Research Centers will receive the funds to pursue collaborative research with national laboratories and members of industry, government, the nonprofit sector and academia.

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DOE Offers New Industrial Opportunity to Work With Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Dept. of Energy

The Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory is offering businesses the opportunity to pursue short-term energy technology projects at the Building Technologies Research and Integration Center. Qualifying parties will receive access to equipment, staff support and other assets at the ORNL-owned BTRIC facility, DOE said Wednesday.

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DOE to Invest $100M in Hydrogen, Fuel Cell Research Consortia

Dept. of Energy

The Department of Energy (DoE) plans to allot $100 million for two research consortia to pursue fuel cell and hydrogen technologies. DOE said Tuesday that its national laboratories will provide expertise and tools to support research and development under the consortia that will receive the $100 million investment over five years.

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DOE Releases Funds for New Tech Commercialization Projects; Dan Brouillette Quoted

Dan Brouillette

The Department of Energy (DoE) is investing more than $33 million in government-industry-academia partnership projects that aim to develop and later commercialize new energy technologies. National laboratories have partnered with industry and academic entities to pursue these 82 projects financed by DOE's Technology Commercialization Fund, the department said June 11.

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DOE to Fund Cost-Shared Carbon Dioxide Utilization Projects

Dept. of Energy

The Department of Energy will use $17M to finance 11 cost-shared research and development projects that tackle the use of carbon dioxide as industrial fuel. DOE said Tuesday its Office of Fossil Energy selected efforts to develop and demonstrate technologies under the Carbon Utilization Program that aims to repurpose carbon waste into effective products and decrease emissions.

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DOE Funds New Technology Commercialization Projects

Dept. of Energy

The Department of Energy will invest $20.1 million in 58 cost-shared technology development projects that tackle various topics in the areas of manufacturing, fuel and power. DOE said Thursday it will provide this financial support from the Technology Commercialization Fund managed by the department's Office of Technology Transitions.

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DOE-USAF Partnership Tests Compatibility, Weapon Systems of Extended B61 Bomber

USAF/NNSA

The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), under the Department of Energy (DoE), partnered with the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to test the weapon systems of a B61-12 modified for extended service life. Two flight tests for the B61-12 Life Extension Program took place in March 2020 at the Nevada-based Tonopah Test Range, the Department of Energy said Monday.

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